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MedPark earns good response with strong monthly growth of 20%

MedPark Hospital is proud to announce the success of its first 6 months of operation, attracting both out-patients and in-patients with an average growth rate of 20% per month.

Bangkok: April 1, 2021 – MedPark Hospital is proud to announce the success of its first 6 months of operation, attracting both out-patients and in-patients with an average growth rate of 20% per month. The results underline its capability and readiness to be a leading hospital in Thailand on the concept of “Value-Based Care” that offers customers the most value.

Dr Pongpat Patanavanich, Managing Director, MedPark hospital, noted at a recent Dinner Talk on the topic “Value Challenge and Experience at MedPark” that the Covid-19 pandemic has significantly affected the spending power of both Thai and foreign patients. This is a big challenge for private hospital operators. MedPark is therefore determined to deliver the best value for customers on the concept “Value-based Care”.

“We have a goal of developing MedPark Hospital to be a preferred choice with a different approach. According to the operating results for the first 6 months, we have received a very good response, with the number of out-patients and in-patients increasing by an average of 20% a month. We have successfully turned crisis into opportunity by setting up an efficient system to ensure the hospital is safe from infection and transmission of disease. As a result, MedPark has earned the confidence of many organizations and associations and drawn them to visit the hospital.”

Dr Pongpat invited leading specialists in Thailand to share their experiences in medical care at MedPark. They offered participants knowledge about the latest medical innovations and effective medical treatments offered at MedPark.

Assoc. Prof. Dr Prin Rojanapongpun, a widely-recognized specialist in Ophthalmology and Glaucoma, spoke about the design of the intraocular lens and the use of state-of-the-art techniques to treat cataracts based on customized vision.

“Customized design of the intraocular lens (IOL) is a new target of cataract treatment and requires Ophthalmologists with experience and expertise to adopt advanced technology in examination/diagnosis, the design of the IOL, phacoemulsification and the verification of the lens to ensure the utmost precision. Notably, MedPark is one of the few hospitals in Southeast Asia with the readiness both in terms of specialists and the full range of advanced technology.”

Dr Bundit Soonthornlekha, a surgeon who specializes in Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS), said that the specialist places great importance on the thorough diagnosis of each patient in order to prepare an optimized and personalized procedure for each. Importantly, the treatment is a team-based approach with multidisciplinary team of anesthesiologist, operating room nurse, radiologist and other relevant medical specialists working for the same goal of patient safety.

Moreover, MedPark will provide state-of-the-art technologies such as Robotic Assisted Surgery, which will become an essential tool in the future because it will offer more precise surgery and better patient safety.

Emeritus Professor Dr Wasan Udayachalerm, a specialist in Cardiology and Intervention cardiology, said that cardiac catheterization, balloon angioplasty and the placement of stents require skill and expertise on the part of the doctor and combines experience and advanced technology to treat rare and complex cases effectively.

Asst. Prof. Dr Mondej Sookpranee, a well-known infectious disease specialist, said that the corporate culture of MedPark is based on the application of all past experiences, current knowledge and new innovations to increase the safety of the patients. Of particular importance is the monitoring and examination of all systems so as to improve the services of the hospital and go beyond the standards.

Asst. Prof. Dr Mondej also pointed out that as Thailand and many countries continue to face the Covid-19 pandemic, the Thai people should be free to choose which vaccine type they prefer. It is incumbent upon the concerned government agencies to provide complete information to the public so they are fully aware of the options and side effects of the vaccines. This would help people make the best decision for their health.

In addition to the Dinner Talk, MedPark has introduced a new series of campaigns to foster understanding about the hospital.

“Thanks to our determination to be recognized for offering a ‘New Approach to Healthcare’, we define our services through a story-telling mode that the Thai people can access, feel and understand easily. The story reflects problems and limitations in daily life along with question ‘What if…’? That’s why the founding team of MedPark is putting all its efforts into offering better medical care”, said Curtis J. Schroeder an advisor to the MedPark Executive Committee.

Somthawin Patanavanich, Co-founder & Advisor of MedPark Hospital, added that constant questioning was used as the basis to implement changes and adopt new approaches, leading to the creation of the second campaign on the theme “Crafted by Doctors”.

The third campaign presents the “MedPark Formula” to demonstrate the working culture on the concept “Integrated Care” for speed and effective outcomes.

In a rapid changing world where people have to face new diseases requiring more complicated treatment, MedPark is always ready to adapt and meet its key goal of elevating the hospital to become a “Healthcare Hub for the Future”.

MedPark Hospital series of campaigns are now live